Computer Science, BS
New York City
The World Needs Coders
Get coding immediately with a bachelor’s degree in computer science. After gaining a thorough understanding of the fundamental theory, you’ll apply your new knowledge to portfolio-building projects that will prepare you to enter the professional world with confidence.
The Value Proposition
- Get the fundamentals down, then specialize. Learning theory trains critical thinking, meaning you’ll become a qualified problem-solver—even with unfamiliar problems.
- Build your portfolio with project-based learning that develop your skills, teamwork, and passion.
- Internships with New York companies give you on-the-job experience and complements your studies
Take Courses Like…
- CS 321 Intro to Game Programming
- CS 385 Artificial Intelligence
- CS 374 Intro to Mobile App Development
Add Opportunities and Experiences
Unlock international travel, interdisciplinary collaboration, and intercollegiate experiences through the New York City Design Factory programs. These for-credit experiences will see you traveling to partner universities in Finland, Portugal, Geneva, and any other incredible locations to build real products for real companies.
Plenty of on-campus (and online) opportunities are available for you to get hands-on learning experience and work on projects with classmates, too. Pace Computing Society, Seidenberg Tech Collective, Cybersecurity Club, Pace Women in Tech, and other student clubs meet regularly throughout the semester. And then there’s our labs, which include the Cybersecurity Education and Research Lab, the Robotics Lab, and the Networking and Data Science Lab. All of our labs are available for you to work with faculty guidance on honing your skills.
Choose Your Career
Career opportunities in tech are endless. It’s one of the fastest growing industries in the United States, with thousands of new jobs appearing across a variety of industries. One of the best things about working is tech is the ability to work in any kind of company: game developers, finance, government organizations, tech firms, start-ups, healthcare, not-for-profit organizations—the options truly are in your hands.
Cybersecurity, Database Administration, Data Science, Entrepreneurship, Game Development, Mobile App Development, Product Management, Software Development, Web Development
Where Graduates are Employed
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- JP Morgan Chase
- Morgan Stanley
average starting salary (Source: Pace University Career Services)
new US tech jobs in past year (Source: CompTIA)